Second edition of Il-Premju għall-Arti launched
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Audiences to have a greater say in nominations

Il-Premju għall-Arti 2019 finalists announced
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Arts Council Malta has announced the list of nominees for the second edition of Il-Premju għall-Arti, the national arts awards which celebrate the achievements of the cultural and creative sectors

Malta Pavilion artists conduct student workshops
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Supported by Bank of Valletta

10 social and community projects awarded Il-Premju tal-President għall-Kreattività 2018
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A total of 10 projects will receive around €62,000 through the 2018 edition of Il-Premju tal-President għall-Kreattività, an arts fund with a strong social and community emphasis

Pavilion of Malta at the 58th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia
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Maleth / Haven / Port - Heterotopias of Evocation 11 May – 24 November 2019

A Tale of Two Cities: Malta’s Grand Harbour and Manhattan — out soon in aid of Beating Hearts Malta
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Arts Council Malta is delighted to endorse and express its support for Professor Victor Grech’s forthcoming book A Tale of Two Cities: Malta’s Grand Harbour and Manhattan.

8 social and community projects awarded Il-Premju tal-President għall-Kreattività
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Eight projects are benefiting under Il-Premju tal-President għall-Kreattività 2019 edition. The initiative provides recognition and support at the highest level of the State to organisations, especially those working with groups from socially or economically deprived environments, to engage the groups in creativity and arts-driven projects and thereby increase their level of integration and engagement in society. The Award is managed by the Office of the President and Arts Council Malta.

Tax Deduction on Fees paid for Cultural and Creative Courses
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Parents of children under 16 who attended Cultural or Creative courses during 2019 can now apply for a tax deduction scheme of up to a maximum of €100 for each child. If the course was provided by an entity or individual recognised by Arts Council Malta, parents are entitled to claim a deduction against their chargeable income of up to a maximum of €100 for each child.